Some of my absolute favourites are backslide by black.and The Lives Worth Saving by cywsaphyre, both of these feature an older Naruto going back in time to help Konoha and his younger counterpart, with a fluffy main dish of Team Seven.
There are tons of other time travel stories in my favourites list, but I like these ones best.
If anyone wants to see the larger version of the image I used for my cover, this is the link: . Harry and Captain America after their battle with the droids that can be found here: Please drop her a line as well to tell her what you think!
Little Storm 97 has translated one of my HP/Avengers crossovers into Spanish! My list of favorite stories on this site has become very extensive over the past years, but my absolute favorites remain mostly the same: The two most humorous, complete and lenghty stories that I've come across are A Black Comedy » by nonjon (Harry Potter) and Bella Swan: Kidnapper » by Kambria Rain (Twilight).
Maybe Nick's blood had a different effect because Renard was 'pure of heart' in the chemical sense of the words.
So many possibilities, but it could definately have had an effect on Renard, his powers, or his Wesen-ness.
Lastly, I want to thank my reviewers, who completely blow me away with their enthusiasm for my crossovers.
My favorite "mini-'verses" are the stories from shirebound in the Quarantined series (Lord of the Rings) which focuses on a gentle friendship between the hobbits and Aragorn pre-Lot R, and the Hiraku Kazama series; From the Ashes » and Rises the Flame » (Naruto) by peppymint, in which a betrayed Naruto becomes an audacious missing-nin.
My favorite Hikaru no Go stories can be found in my community.
There are many, many other great fanfiction stories that I would certainly recommend, but since I can't exactly list everything here you'd just have to sift through my favorite stories list to find them.
The unicorn is still filled with spelling and grammar errors and ended up abandoned not too long after.
I gave up on writing for a while but always kept reading, and when my interest was peaked by Hikaru no Go I gave it another cautious go. Also, my English had improved a bit by now, so I suppose the results were bearable but the story is still unfinished.